If you’re looking for an omelet to enjoy during breakfast, brunch or even dinner, you’re in luck. Philadelphia has restaurants serving omelets left and right in the city, whether you’re searching for a specialty omelet or to create your own. Read on for some of the best omelets in the area.
Amy’s Omelette House
302 Cuthbert Blvd.
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 488-9600
www.youramys.com

Amy’s Omelette House is located in Cherry Hill, NJ and serves more than 200 varieties of omelets. The omelets are placed into separate categories including the usual (where you can order a plain or ham omelet,) more than usual (like the baked potato made with bacon, homefries and sour cream) or the state of mind (try the Alaska made with Lox, scallion and tomato.) Omelets can be cooked to include home fries mixed together with the omelet ingredients and can also come with a potato pancake, like the bear omelet (bacon, cheddar cheese omelet topped with a potato pancake, sour cream and olives.)

Green Eggs Cafe
1301 Locust St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(267) 861-0314
greeneggscafe.com

Green Eggs Café can be found in South Philly, Northern Liberties and Midtown Village. At this restaurant, you can build a three-egg omelet (or egg white omelet) with your choice of three toppings including bacon, mushrooms, select cheeses, potatoes, grilled chicken and vegan sausage. For a hearty omelet, add lox for $3 extra. The omelets are served with either its signature or rosemary home fries.

Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat
800 N. 4th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 925-1150
honeyssitneat.com

Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat has two locations in the city — one on 21st and South and the other in Northern Liberties. Here, you can create your own omelet for $11 by choosing three toppings including ham, a variety of cheeses, jalapenos, turkey bacon, veggie sausage and more. For $2 extra, you can add avocado and additional toppings cost 75 cents each. Honey’s also has daily specials and seasonal meals including the summer squash omelet, which includes provolone, arugula, red pepper and country fried squash blossom.

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Sabrina’s Cafe
910 Christian St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 574-1599
sabrinascafe.com

Sabrina’s Café has three locations in Philadelphia (Italian Market, Fairmount and University City), as well as two outside the city in Wynnewood, PA and Collingswood, NJ. All locations are BYOB except for University City. Its breakfast is served all day including omelets like the apple and Wisconsin cheddar and the lox and onion omelet. You can also create your own omelet by choosing one cheese and two veggies.

Talula’s Garden
210 W. Washington Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 592-7787
www.talulasgarden.com

Talula’s Garden is located in Washington Square West and, if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to sit outside in its quaint and rustic garden on a nice day. Talula’s serves brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and they serve an omelet you need to try. The farm fresh omelet is made with Kennett Square mushrooms, melted brie, spinach and house made potatoes. Talula’s Garden serves a seasonal menu year-round and locally sources the majority of its food and ingredients.

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Kelly Neilson is a freelance writer living and working in Philadelphia. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.